How Do I Choose The Right Cataract Surgeon?

Choosing the right surgeon to remove your cataracts is crucial for the success of the procedure. While the surgery is safe, you should feel comfortable with the person in charge of your vision. Here are some ways to determine if you are in good hands with your cataract surgeon. Look Up The Surgeon’s Credentials Not… Read More


Are Cataracts and Vision Loss Permanent?

Do you have cataracts? Are you experiencing vision loss or impairment? The good news is that it’s not permanent. Cataract surgery will correct your cataracts and restore your vision. Cataracts form on and cloud the lens of your eye. This drains your vision slowly over time. For some patients, this vision loss process is more… Read More


Will Cataract Surgery Recovery Be Easy?

Are cataracts holding you back? They can make life very difficult. Cataracts often develop gradually over time. When you have cataracts, it’s likely you’ll suffer from vision loss. For some cataract patients, vision loss looks like blurred or foggy vision. This can be like looking through a dirty window. Cataracts can also make it difficult… Read More


Is Cataract Surgery Life-Changing?

Are you considering whether to have cataract surgery? Wondering if it’s worth it? The answer is a plain and simple yes. Cataract surgery will truly change your life. If your vision is blurry, distorted, or cloudy, it will fix that. In fact, cataract surgery can restore your vision to 20/20 or better. Imagine going from… Read More


Is It Cataracts or Something Else?

It’s true that cataracts primarily affect the older generation. It’s also true that almost everyone will develop them at some point due to aging. But cataracts are not the only thing you’ll face as you age. The risk of developing other potential vision issues only increases. Keep reading to learn if it could be cataracts… Read More


What Is Having Cataracts Really Like?

Despite cataracts being the most prevalent source of blindness in the world, many people don’t know what it’s like to have them. This is because cataracts primarily affect the older population. Cataracts start to begin after the age of 40, but may not affect vision until much later. One thing you should know is that… Read More


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